INREV, the European Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate Vehicles, was launched in May 2003 to act for investors and other participants in the growing non-listed real estate vehicles sector. INREV published the new Sustainability Reporting Guidelines.
View our two new short tutorials on the importance of sustainability and how to use the new INREV Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. The value of Sustainability Reporting is that it ensures organisations consider their impacts on sustainability issues, and enables them to be transparent about the issues they face. This increased transparency leads to better decision making, which helps build and maintain a sustainable real estate sector.
Every day, decisions are made by investors and fund managers which have direct impacts on their stakeholders, the environment, civil society and citizens. These decisions are rarely based on financial information alone. They are based on a wide variety of environmental, social and governance factors which are presented in the INREV Sustainability Reporting Guidelines.
- View 90 second tutorial on the INREV Sustainability Reporting Guidelines
- View short tutorial on the importance of sustainability in the real estate sector
INREV, the European Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate Vehicles, was launched in May 2003 to act for investors and other participants in the growing non-listed real estate vehicles sector. The non-profit association is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. INREV aims to create a forum for the sector and increase the transparency and accessibility of non-listed vehicles, to promote professionalism and best practice and to share and spread knowledge. INREV currently has 388 members drawn from leading institutional investors, fund managers, banks and advisors across Europe and elsewhere. In 2015, 40 new members joined INREV.